OAKLAND, CA — Today, California Environmental Voters (EnviroVoters) released the following statement on its endorsement of Sade Elhawary for Assembly District 57. Elhawary has spent 12+ years developing the next generation of social justice movement at Community Coalition.

Statement from Veda Banerjee, Communications Director, California Environmental Voters:

“Sade Elhawary is a strong advocate for environmental reform in our district, prioritizing critical issues such as oil drilling setbacks, battery recycling, access to fresh food, and improving air quality through transportation investments. With over 12 years dedicated to fostering the next generation of social justice movements, Sade brings invaluable experience and insight to her initiatives to combat extreme heat, drought, and air pollution. Sade demonstrates a proactive approach to addressing health disparities and fostering community well-being, setting a powerful precedent for her commitment to Californians.”

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Erika Guzman Cornejo

310-755-1615

erika@envirovoters.org

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